# Page -3~ A PKS SCiWBOOK has teen created by ELIZABETH AMES, Co^Dies may be available if interest is strong enough. Call the Mayor (JA?!ES REDFI3LD, 726-2668), if you think you‘d like one. Speaking of copies, a XEROX machine has been installed at the Town Hall: it may be used by PKS residents for a small fee,, —qOq AS^ OGIATION FOR RETARDED GHILDREJN welcomes people at their meetings on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 P.M. in the Webb Memorial Building on Evans St., in Morehead City, Gail Simpson of Neuse Clinic tells us. This organization raises l^ids to aid retarded children, and on August 21, at noon, at the Coral Bay Club, will sponsor a luncheon and fashion show. For reservations, call 726-31^9. Next meeting of the association will be on August 19th, UIITIL we have our own Fire Department, maybe we want to help support the one in A\:lantic Beach - in case of fire they will come here if Salter Path Department can t and they offer Bingo every Thursday and Saturday nights at 7:30 P.M. at the?.r station, 14 games for $1,00, ALAJ MITCHELL OF PKS is a weatherman. He has presented us with the June weather suTnr.iary, He places his thermometer in an area where the air can circulate, freely (noG^in direct sunlight), "Free Air" temperatures for Jiinej Average maximum: 81,5; average minimum: 68,0; average: 73.8, Highest for the month was 89 on the 23rd, totalled 6,25 (most in 24 hours: 3,25 on the 2'th; and there were 15 clear days, 11 partly cloudy days, and 4 cloudy days, AL VJYLLIE is home recovering from surgery at Ihike University Hospital where doctors operated on liis carotid sinus neirve. Pressure on that nerve had been cav.sirg him to bl3.v;Iv out. He is most relieved to have the whole thing over, and is especicvlly s. gra-ce.pa for all the good cheer messages he*s received from friends in PKS„ Vi-;.?,tj.ng him and Margaret is their daughter, Lora lynn Haines, of Union, N, J, Thej.r son, Glenn, lives with them on Willow, BOl’fLING, anyone? MARGIE RAMSEY and NELL CRUMLEY are putting together a couples- kix'.d-of-bowling group. If you*d like to roll a few this fall and winter, after noons, call mrgie (726-5080 or Nell (726-8852), Incidentally, ED CRUMLEY is still searching for a couple of guys to play guys * bridge, CAROLxN CLE'/ELAND caught this enormous fish off her pier the other day. The Stcufier boys, in describing it to the beach crowd, were barely able to s-cretch their arms far enough to cover its alleged length, A speckled trout it was: 24 ■, 5 pounds, M^Y ANN and CHUCK WACHTEL, Pinewood Dr, had to cut short their vacation because eir Raleigh home is all sooty from a small fire. They expect to be back on the cGach in a couple of weeks, B'OR ELEGANT DINING: A trip by your boat to Spooners Creek makes a special occasion o_ iavlng dinner at the Peddler Steak House there, Of course, you can dr3ve, but go ng y boat makes it even more fun. The charming hostess who took over the Steak House June 29th is a PKS Resident, CLEG RAMEY, Cleo lives at Reefstone with two of er our children, a girl, 18 and a boy 16, She is making all sorts of plans for xne steak house and hopes to have a boutique in the building and a lounge for ^^les. Meanwhile, she is redecorating bit by bit. Meals: wonderful oteak, ed potatoes, and all sorts of salad makings at the salad bar. You can order a goo wine with your dinner, or beer. Desserts are good if you are still hungry enough to eat one. The restaurant is open every day from 6 to 11, oOo

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